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Uri attack 'plan devised by India itself':Pak Defence Minister

The terrorist attack in Uri came at a time when the Kashmiri people's struggle for liberation from India had gone on for over two months. The Prime Minister has already chaired a review meeting of 56-year-old Indus Water Treaty during which it was decided that India will "exploit to the maximum" water of Pakistan-controlled rivers, including Jhelum, as per the water sharing pact.

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India to ratify Paris Agreement on climate change

Ratifying the climate deal would make India be part of a 55/55 conference. "At a recent Bratislava summit, all leaders including Poland's PM agreed to ratify it as soon as possible". Indian diplomats had been unhappy because China had blocked India's entry to the NSG. That is a level scientists have said could avert the most damaging effects of climate change, though many scientists want the goal strengthened to 1.5 degrees.

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India says Pakistan believes terror will bring territory

Abdul Basit, the Pakistani High Commissioner to New Delhi , was yet again summoned to the South Block, on 27 September. She also made a strong pitch for isolating such nations. While responding to Indian threats regarding the Indus Water Treaty , Sarwar said that the flow of water was a matter of huge importance, which should be taken to International Court of Justice.

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Santa Cruz Mts. fire rapidly spreads, 300 structures at risk

Firefighters continued to battle the Loma Fire throughout the night and into Tuesday as the blaze grew to 2,500 acres and destroyed two structures. The Red Cross has set up evacuation centers - offering food, water, help with temporary housing, and care for small animals - at Soquel High School, Morgan Hill Presbyterian Church, the Jewish Community Center in Los Gatos, and residents in the affected area set up a fire-assistance page online.

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Wildfire forces evacuations in California mountains

About 90 people in three dozen homes were under evacuation orders or advisories Monday. A local government strike team composed of personnel from Novato, Ross Valley, Larkspur, San Rafael and other local departments are providing mutual aid for the July 22 blaze that is now 78 percent contained and 127,478 acres.

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Narendra Modi's Speech Termed 'Venomous' By Pakistani Media

Supporting the government's actions to isolate Pakistan internationally, he said that Islamabad has been isolated internationally. Pakistan Army chief General Raheel Sharif on Monday claimed that India was not serious about resolving "historical disputes" such as the Kashmir issue, and accused its spy agency of "exploiting" the security situation on the border with Afghanistan.

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Hungarian police officers in stable condition after blast

Police believe the blast could have been caused by a gas explosion, though this is yet to be confirmed. Eyewitnesses reported hearing an explosion, and videos show police and emergency vehicles attending the scene in the Hungarian capital.

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Eyes on Trump, Clinton as first debate arrives

Our sense is no, but that the debate figures to carry more weight for Democrat Hillary Clinton than for Republican Donald Trump . Interest in the presidential race has been intense, and the campaigns are expecting a record-breaking audience to watch the 90-minute televised debate at New York's Hofstra University.

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Zidane brushes off Ronaldo snub

Portuguese superstar Ronaldo was subbed off during the 2-2 draw with Las Palmas over the weekend, but Zidane yesterday denied there was a rift between the two. "He's an incredible victor, who can help his team at every stage of the game". We were unlucky with the chances we had, but now we play in Dortmund and we have to bounce back.

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India vs Pakistan at the UN General Assembly. Who said what

He said that Pakistan too has been a victim of terrorism and made a plea for encouraging tolerance. India's only condition is an end to terrorism. "India has been the target of cross border terrorism emanating from Pakistan or territory under its control ...

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UN wants Dakota Access Pipeline construction halted

Indian tribes in Canada have formally joined with the Standing Rock Sioux tribe in the U.S. states of North Dakota and South Dakota in agreeing to fight construction of oil pipelines across North America, Canadian media reported on Friday. As protesters sang songs, chanted slogans and taunted police outside the law enforcement center, Morton County Sheriff Kyle Kirchmeier met with reporters in the attached courthouse to discuss his announcement earlier in the day that a joint task force led by ...

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New England Should Start Edelman If Garoppolo, Brissett Unavailable

On Thursday, Jacoby Brissett became the fifth different quarterback to start a game for the New England Patriots since the start of the 1999 season, joining Drew Bledsoe, Tom Brady, Matt Cassell and Jimmy Garoppolo . Personality-wise, Brissett has been a flawless fit with the the team-first, no-nonsense Patriots, too. "He'll get better from it and we'll really work with him to improve on it".

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Oil Drops as Prospects Fade for OPEC Deal

The American Petroleum Institute reported a decline in weekly inventory of 7.5 million barrels, compared with a build of 1.4 million barrels from the week prior. Central. The October contract expired Tuesday after advancing 14 cents to close at $43.44. Brent crude futures were up 84 cents, or 1.8 percent, at $46.72 per barrel by 12:44 p.m.

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Excerpts from AP interview with Syrian president Assad

His comments came amid reports of more airstrikes on targets in Aleppo. "We must remain determined that the cease-fire will be revived", he said, noting that "well over 300,000 Syrians" have been killed in the almost six-year-long conflict.

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Nigel Farage: I did not bare all in late-night swim

UKIP came third by share of the vote in the 2015 United Kingdom election, but under the first-past-the-post electoral system, which favours the two main parties, won only one of the 650 seats in parliament. Mrs James also asked the audience to applaud Mr Farage for his nearly two decade contribution to the party. And she has also said she will "professionalise" the party.

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Iraqi forces close in on town south of Mosul

Mr Key recently extended New Zealand's Iraq mission to 2018, but Mr al-Abadi said training up the Iraqi Army would take a long time and he wanted New Zealand to stay on for longer. The United States is leading an global air campaign that has been pounding IS targets across Iraq and Syria. The Iraqi Army and tribal-led forces on September 20 pushed toward Shirqat, in Saladin Province, 260 kilometers northwest of Baghdad.

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Hillary Clinton Orlando Rally centers around helping Disabled Americans

Trump's latest foray into the black community not only sought to connect with voters in Cleveland, home to a large community of African-American voters key to Clinton's prospects in OH, but also with moderate suburban voters, who frequently hear Clinton describe Trump as extreme.

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US Senate clears way for $1.15 bln arms sale to Saudi Arabia

In an embarrassing blow to the kingdom, Congress is set to vote Wednesday on a measure to block a $1.15 billion arms sale to Saudi Arabia and is expected next week to try to override a looming presidential veto of a September 11 lawsuit bill the kingdom strongly opposes.

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Pro-Kremlin party wins big majority in Russian parliament

Putin, speaking to United Russia campaign staff a few minutes after polling stations closed on Sunday night, said the win showed voters that still trusted the leadership despite an economic slowdown made worse by Western sanctions over Ukraine.

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US Approves Export Of Boeing And Airbus Planes To Iran

Sources also quoted a spokesman for Airbus as having said the company had received a U.S. license covering a total of 17 aircraft slated for early delivery. Boeing , which has also agreed to provide jets to Iran as it emerges from sanctions, may see its deal clipped by one jet to 108 aircraft instead of 109, the Iranian official said.

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Obama calls on wealthier nations to do more for refugees

Ban blamed all sides for killing innocent people, but "none more so than the government of Syria, which continues to barrel bomb neighborhoods and systematically torture thousands of detainees". But he added that false perceptions of Islam in the West were breeding further intolerance. The global chaos facing the leaders was made even starker in the past two days with the attacks in New York City and the deadly attack on a United Nations humanitarian convoy in Syria and the near collapse ...

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Jennifer Aniston memes explode in response to Pitt divorce

And Jennifer Aniston was, of course, brought into the fold. The two met at the set of Mr & Mrs Smith where the two co-starred. "Because of the film, we ended up being brought together to do all these insane things, and I think we found this odd friendship and partnership that kind of just suddenly happened", she added to Vogue.

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Gun rights, voting restrictions up for overrides in Missouri

After getting through the state senate on Wednesday night, the override moves on to the house where it is expected to succeed. After an additional hour and a half of debate on the guns legislation , senators again voted along party lines to shut off discussion and override Nixon on a 24-6 vote.

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VK Singh calls for probe into Uri attack

India will have to respond and punish the perpetrators of the terrorist attack and "can no more take it lying down", he said. He also expressed "deep disappointment" at Pakistan's "continued and direct support to terrorism and terrorist groups".

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Buhari attends NY 71st session of UN General Assembly

Security Council recommends a candidate for the General Assembly to approve. "The opening of the General Assembly is itself a profound act of faith", he said. President Obama will deliver his eighth and final remarks as president in what is expected to be a legacy-defining speech to tout key advancements he and his administration have made in their efforts to stabilize the world.

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Third-party candidates excluded from 1st presidential debate

Green Party nominee Jill Stein , who is also excluded from the debates by the decision, reached a polling high of around 4%. Tim Kaine of Virginia will participate in the vice-presidential debate October 4 in Farmville, Va. It's still possible Johnson or Stein could be invited to the presidential debates scheduled for October 9 and October 19, but they would have to attract more support in polls.

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Titans coach: Mariota will learn quickly from his turnovers

Andrew Luck threw for 385 yards and four touchdowns against the Lions' defense, so Detroit's secondary is susceptible. Running backs Theo Riddick and Ameer Abdullah ran well with limited carries, but excelled in the passing game, too.

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Browns offense sputters after blistering start against Ravens

The plan went haywire September 11 in a 29-10 season-opening loss to the Philadelphia Eagles when Griffin suffered a fractured coracoid bone in his left shoulder. Taylor played solid throughout the preseason, climbed the depth chart and earned a starting role. Barnidge uncharacteristically dropped two passes in the opener vs.

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Thunder Player Thinks Some NBA Players Will Protest Anthem

It is also the right of others to express their disappointment, displeasure and disagreement. Thomas says that he hopes others will see his team standing together and be inspired to stand for what they believe in despite criticism: "When athletes get in trouble, they say 'he should stand for something.' When athletes actually stand for something, people become hypocrites".

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US Officially Bans Using Galaxy Note 7 Phones on Planes

Since then, Samsung has been scrambling to recall and replace 2.5 million Note 7s it had already sold. But according to another report, Samsung is said to start shipping the new units of Galaxy Note 7 to local stores and Korean distributors from the coming Monday, 19th September.

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William helps out as Essex dignitary takes a tumble

Prince William to the rescue! George, three, now attends a Montessori nursery school but is likely to start pre-reception in September next year. The objective of their visit was to learn about the pressures faced by young people when they are going through a big change in their lives, such as starting a new school year.

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Juncker promises that Britain's exit will not kill EU

In outlining the need for an European Union military headquarters, Juncker also cited the amount of money wasted on coordinating joint missions from a non-central location. The people of Europe "don't want this petty envy between the various institutions". Set up last year to run for three years until 2018 with a target of mobilizing 315 billion euros of investment, Juncker will confirm the aim of doubling the amount and extending EFSI for three further years.

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You Can Now Answer WhatsApp Calls Right From Your Lock Screen

Hey, Siri. This phrase has started carrying a lot more weight since the iOS 10 upgrade was rolled out to users on September 4. For now, only WhatsApp is supporting the Siri integration, but soon enough this feature will also be brought to the Facebook Messenger.

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Trump tries to repurpose Clinton's attacks against her

On Wednesday 14 September a letter from Clinton's doctor was released after she was diagnosed with mild, non-contagious bacterial pneumonia on Friday last week. Bardack is the chair of Internal Medicine at CareMount Medical in Mount Kisco, New York , and has served as Clinton's personal physician since 2001.

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Indians abducted from Libya's IS stronghold in July rescued, tweets Sushma

All four men used to work at a university in Sirte. The couple have started a public petition where they described the frustrating issues they have faced with the British and Indian authorities. POOL New / Reuters File photo of Indian external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj. It (conversation) was only a few seconds... The family members of the two teachers said they were yet to receive an official word as to when they will be returning home.

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Clinton says she got dizzy but didn't pass out

The Clinton Foundation funds and operates a long list of worldwide health and climate change initiatives - including providing two-thirds of the world's HIV/AIDS treatment access. Trump's running mate, however, pushed Duke away, but stopped short of describing him as deplorable. Trump on Monday called Clinton's remarks "the biggest mistake of the political season".

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You might need a £50 visa for holidays in Europe after Brexit

She said it was " too early " to outline the specifics of how that target would be reached, but appeared to confirm that the government was considering a work permit scheme for European Union migrants after rejecting the idea of an Australian-style points system.

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Uncle Haq Nawaz of honour killing victim, Samia Shahid, arrested

When Samia Shahid died in Pakistan in July, her family said it was the result of a heart attack. A three-member investigation team before stated former husband guilty and Shahid's dad of her murder on the basis of the reports of their polygraph or lie detection test.

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Fears of Daesh 'sleeper cells' as 3 Syrians arrested in Germany

German authorities have urged the public not to confuse migrants and "terrorists", but have acknowledged that more jihadists may have entered the country among the around one million asylum seekers who arrived previous year. We have to find out if these are individual links or if there is a larger network. The Federal Criminal Police Office said that six locations in two German states were searched Tuesday.

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Sacked AAP minister Sandeep Kumars PA detained

The woman in the CD is said to have told police that Kumar raped her about a year ago after giving her a soft drink laced with sedatives. Senior police officers however refused to comment on the issue saying, "it can not be revealed right now".